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Published On: Tue, Jan 20th, 2015

How the Passover points to Jesus Christ and the Cross

Every year, on the tenth day of the first month (Aviv, or Nisan), a perfect lamb was chosen from the flocks in Bethlehem, and brought through the streets of Jerusalem up to the Temple Mount, with the people shouting “Hosanna in the highest, Messiah come, Messiah come.”

The lamb was to be inspected for four days, and on the fourteenth day, the lamb is roasted in the oven to be eaten at sundown. On the following Sabbath, the First Fruits of the barley were offered in the Temple by the High Priest.

Israel did this every year, except for when they were in Babylon.

What did they think those rehearsals were for?

It was made clear in the Torah that the Anointed One would suffer, and be sacrificed for payment of the death penalty.

Who would be qualified to pay the penalty, and when would the penalty be paid?

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Only the seed of a woman (Mary), and not the sin seed of Adam, could produce a (male earthling) child without sin. He would be the only qualified human to redeem the souls of mankind back from Satan, reversing what Adam did when he ate of the forbidden tree.

Yehovah had to come to Earth Himself as Yeshua, being fully human at birth (the Son), and fully God (Divine) after returning from His forty days in the wilderness. Yeshua was, and yet is, Yehovah.

In 457 BC, the decree to restore Jerusalem and the Temple was given on the first day on the month of the Aviv (Ezra 7:6-28). Sixty-two sevens (weeks) and seven sevens later (483 years, there is no year zero), on the first day after the renewed Moon the previous sunset, being the first month of the new year, John the Baptist saw Jesus returning to the Jordan river after fasting forty days in the wilderness.

It is then that John said “Behold the Lamb of God, that taketh away the sins of the world”, on Saturday, March 29, 27 AD.

Over a year later, on Saturday, April 24, the tenth day of Aviv, in the year 28 AD, while the High Priest was yet returning from Bethlehem, Yeshua rode a foal into Jerusalem with the people shouting “Hosanna in the highest.”

He, being Yehovah, was the perfect Lamb of Yehovah. The scribes, Pharisees, and Jewish elders questioned Him for four days. He was “sacrificed” on the fourteenth (Wednesday), spilling His blood onto the West end of the Arc of the Covenant hidden below, arose before sundown on the evening of the seventeenth (Saturday), and took the First Fruits (resurrected 24 elders) to Heaven Sunday morning after telling Mary Magdalene “touch me not” (John 20:17).

In the next chapter, the Day of Pentecost, being the fulfillment of Mt. Sinai.

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- Herman Cummings is a computer data analyst, who used his training to analyze the written text of Genesis. On EasterSunday, in 1990, a lady stood up in Sunday School and asked the pastor “How can I teach my children about Adam & Eve, when all they are taught is evolution in school?”. The pastor could only say “Just believe the Bible”. That was of no help to the lady. So Herman Cummings began his research to resolve the issue, since the worlds of Creationism and Theology could not literally reconcile Genesis with scientific reality. After receiving the revelation of the first chapter from the Lord in December 1993, Herman Cummings became the world’s leading expert on the book of Genesis (Bereshit).

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